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How to Get Back on Track When You’ve Slipped

How to Get Back on Track When You’ve Slipped
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It can happen to anyone.

One day you’re drinking green juice, hitting the gym and sleeping a full eight hours. The next … you’re waking up on a pile of fast-food wrappers.

Making healthy lifestyle changes isn’t easy. But rather than banging your head against a wall each time you slip up, just get back on that proverbial horse and try again — ASAP. It also helps to start with incremental changes, rather than sweeping overhauls; you’ll be more likely to keep moving forward. Eventually, you’ll string together a few good days, then a few good weeks and, before you know it, you’ve formed healthy habits for the long term.

With that in mind, we’ve put together a long list of possible (and common) scenarios and devised an action-and-reaction plan inspired by Newton’s third law of motion. As he said, for every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction.

THE ACTION-REACTION PLAN


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